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Signal Processing--Apply Custom-Designed Filters to One- or Multidimensional Data

Mariusz Jankowski
Organization: University of Southern Maine
Department: Electrical Engineering

Wolfram Technology Conference 2012
Conference location

Champaign, Illinois, USA

Mathematica 9 adds a whole new array of functions in the important area of signal processing. These include new functions for analog and digital filter design, recursive filter processing, signal visualization with spectrograms and periodograms, new discrete transforms and more. The new functions combined and integrated with the existing vast range of capabilities in continuous and discrete calculus, control theory, image processing, wavelet theory and statistics, make Mathematica a superb platform for signal analysis and processing. In this talk we introduce the new functions using examples of practical, interesting and fun problems typically encountered in education, industry and research.

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